Board or Committee Meeting
Tuesday, October 23, 2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Agenda

 

PLEASE NOTE: If you wish to be heard at this meeting please sign the speaker list provided on the table at the side of the Council Chamber.  The Chairman reserves the right to limit the amount of time each speaker has for each agenda item.

  1. Roll Call
  2. Approval of Minutes from the September 11, 2018 meeting
  3. Variance Application No. 886, 15001 Baltimore Avenue, filed by LTC Corporation/Steve Zaveri for recommendation to the Board of Appeals
  4. Amended Site and Landscape Plan Application and Resolution No. 18-10-PC, 13900-28, 13930-58, 13960-88 Baltimore Avenue (Laurel Lakes Corporate Center Office Condominiums), filed by David Bader/D.H. Bader Management Services, Inc.

Public Hearing on Application

Final Action by Planning Commission

     5. Final Site and Landscape Plan Application and Resolution No. 18-09-PC, Candlewood Suites Hotel- Laurel Lakes Court, Parcel B-7,  filed by Golden Realty LLC/Ken Talati

Public Hearing on Application

Final Action by Planning Commission

    6. Forest Consercation Plan Application and Resolution No. 18-08-PC, Candlewood Suites Hotel- Laurel Lakes Court, Parcel B- 7, filed by Golden Realty LLC/Ken Talati

Public Hearing on Application

Final Action by Planning Commission

    7. Preliminary Subdivision Plan Application and Resolution No. 18-05-PC, 14415 Greenview Drive, filed by CS Patuxent Greens LLC

Public Hearing on Application

Final Action by Planning Commission

    8. Final Site and Landscape Plan Application and Resolution No. 18-06-PC, 14415 Greenview Drive, filed by CS Patuxent Greens LLC

Public Hearing on Application

Final Action by Planning Commission

    9. Forest Conservation Plan Application and Resolution No. 18-04-PC, 14415 Greenview Drive, filed by CS Patuxent Greens LLC

Public Hearing on Application

    10. Adjourn

 

 

 

 

Minutes

FIVE HUNDRED SIXTIETH MEETING

CITY OF LAUREL PLANNING COMMISSION

TUESDAY- OCTOBER 23, 2018

 

The meeting convened in the Council Chambers of the Laurel Municipal Center at 7:00 P.M., with Chairwoman Mitzi R. Betman, presiding.  The roll was called with the Honorable G. Rick Wilson, Mr. John Kish, Mr. Bill Wellford, Ms. Krystiana Bonheur and Councilman Smalls present. Also present were Councilmember Carl DeWalt, Mr. William F. Goddard III, Executive Officer, Mr. Stephen E. Allen, Sr., Emergency Manager, Mr. Richard P. McLaughlin, Chief of Police, Mr. David E. Cope, Director/Fire Marshal, Fire Marshal & Permit Services, Ms. Christy Fang, Assistant Director of Department of Public Works, Ms. Joanne Hall Barr, Director of Parks and Recreation, Ms. Christian L. Pulley, Director of Economic and Community Development, Mr. Robert Love, Deputy Director of Economic and Community Development Deputy, Mr. Nathan Grace, Planner II, Mr. Monta Burrough, Planner II, Mr. Edward Thomas, Technical Director, Department of Communications and Ms. Brooke Quillen, Secretary to the Commission. There were approximately forty-five (45) members of the public in attendance.

 

The minutes of the September 11, 2018 meeting were approved as written, on motion by Mr. Wellford, seconded by Mr. Kish, and carried on a roll call vote of all members present as written.  

 

The next agenda item was for Variance Application No. 886- 15001 Baltimore Avenue, filed by LTC Corporation/Subhash “Steve” Zaveri., P.O. Box 4213 Silver Spring, Maryland  20914.  Mr. Love stated that the Applicant was seeking re-approval to demolish the existing vacant commercial building and construct a multi-tenant 5,112 square foot commercial building. A five (5) foot rear building setback variance was requested to locate the new building five feet from the rear property line. The City of Laurel Unified Land Development Code requires a ten (10) foot rear setback for commercial buildings in the C-G Zoning District. The building was constructed in 1964 and property is currently zoned C-G (Commercial General). Mr. Love added this project had been previously approved in 2015 but had expired since no work had begun.

 

This item was tabled at the September 11, 2018 meeting because the landscaping did not show enough greenspace as noted by Councilman Smalls. New plans were submitted to staff and the Commission.

 

Chairwoman Betman stated the applicant was present to answer any questions however there was nobody signed up to speak.

 

The Commission, on motion by Mr. Wilson, seconded by Mr. Kish, and carried on a roll call vote of all members present, voted to recommend approval for Variance Application No. 886, 15001 Baltimore Avenue Laurel, Maryland  20707 with the conditions listed in the Technical Staff Report to the Board of Appeals.

 

Next, Mr. Monta Burrough, Planner II, presented the Technical Staff Report dated September 12, 2018 regarding the Amended Site and Landscape Plan Application- 13900-28, 13930-58, 13960-88 Baltimore Avenue–filed by David Bader/D.H. Bader Management Services Inc., 14435 Cherry Lane Court Laurel, MD  20707.  Mr. Burrough stated the applicant was seeking approval to retroactively remove nineteen (1) trees along Baltimore Avenue and replace them with new vegetation. The Applicant seeks approval to remove and replant new vegetation currently found around all three (3) buildings on the Corporate Center Office grounds.  The three (3) buildings were constructed from 1987-1989 and is currently zoned (I-RTP) Industrial Research Technology. The Technical Staff Report recommended approval of the request with conditions.

 

Kevin Foster, Gutschick, Litter & Weber, P.A., 3909 National Drive Burtonsville, MD  20866, representing the applicant, in attendance to answer any questions on the project. Mr. Foster stated the trees would be Japanese, Lilac and it would be difficult to plant the same size trees as they were planted in 1985. Additionally, there would be a one (1) year warranty on the new trees from the landscaping company.  Moreover, the trees proposed are on the approved tree list. Lastly, the trees being proposed are very substantial, 2 ½ ft-3 feet in caliber and approximately 12-14 tall trees.

 

There was discussion among staff and the Commission regarding requirements on new trees in the City of Laurel. Councilman Smalls stated the City of Laurel is a Tree City USA and it would be nice to see replacement trees be comparable to what was existing and asked about the warranties of the trees. Additionally, it was discussed if more trees are to be planted on the site that are not included in the current plans the applicant would need to come back again for approval before proceeding.

 

Chairwoman Betman opened the public hearing regarding at 7:19 p.m.

 

Brian Coyle, 336 Prince George Street, Laurel, Maryland 20707, requested the trees be a native species adaptable to the area, does not agree with the proposed trees, as they are not comparable. Mr. Coyle also noted there is no picture shown of what the full-grown trees look like.  

 

Chairwoman Betman closed the public hearing at approximately 7:23 p.m.

 

The Commission, on motion by Mr. Wilson, seconded by Mr. Kish, and carried on a roll call vote of all members present, voted to approve the Amended Site and Landscape Plan Application for 13900-28, 13930-58, 13960-88 Baltimore Avenue and Resolution No. 18-10-PC with the conditions listed in the Technical Staff Report. 

 

Next, Mr. Nathan Grace, Planner II, presented the Technical Staff Report dated October 3, 2018 regarding the Final Site and Landscape Plan Application- Candlewood Suites Hotel- Laurel Lakes Court, Parcel B-7 –filed by Golden Realty, LLC., 19785 Crystal Rock Drive Germantown, Maryland 20874.  Mr. Grace stated the applicant was seeking approval to construct a four story Candlewood Suites Hotel with 97 rooms and a freestanding gazebo on 2.58 acres of undeveloped parcel. The site was annexed into the city in 1984, and is zoned I-RTP (Industrial Research Technology Park). The Technical Staff Report recommended approval of the request with conditions.

There was discussion among the Commission and staff regarding additional approvals required from the County for Storm and Water Management.  In addition, the comment in the staff report from the Department of Parks and Recreation stating they would like to see the dumpster moved to another location on the site. It was discussed that the proposed location should be feasible.

Silvia Silverman, Director of Planning and Environment, CV, Inc., 1395 Piccard Drive Rockville, Maryland 20850, stated she was here on behalf of the applicant to answer any questions. Ms. Silverman added there would be fencing around the trash containers and they will remain closed, therefore there should be no odors. Moreover, if they were relocated they would be closer to residences, which does not seem ideal.

 

Chairwoman Betman opened the public hearing at approximately 7:33 p.m. and there was no one signed up to speak. Chairwoman Betman opened the public hearing at approximately 7:34 p.m.

 

The Commission, on motion by Mr. Wellford, seconded by Mr. Wilson, and carried on a roll call vote of all members present, voted to approve the Final Site and Landscape Plan Application for Candlewood Suites Hotel- Laurel Lakes Court, Parcel B-7 and Resolution No. 18-09-PC with the (9) nine conditions listed in the Technical Staff Report. 

 

Next, Mr. Nathan Grace, Planner II, presented the Technical Staff Report dated October 3, 2018 regarding the Forest Conservation Plan Application- Candlewood Suites Hotel- Laurel Lakes Court, Parcel B-7 –filed by Golden Realty, LLC., 19785 Crystal Rock Drive Germantown, Maryland 20874.  Mr. Grace stated the applicant was seeking approval of a Forest Conservation Plan associated with the proposed development on the site will affect 1.87 acres. The site will be 43% green space, which exceeds the minimum 20% greenspace requirement for I-RTP (Industrial Research Technology Park). The Technical Staff Report recommended approval of the request with conditions including the $46, 174.00 fee-in-lieu to the City prior to issuance of a building permit.

 

Chairwoman Betman opened the public hearing at approximately 7:36 p.m. and there was no one signed up to speak. Chairwoman Betman opened the public hearing at approximately 7:36 p.m.

 

The Commission, on motion by Mr. Wilson, seconded by Ms. Bonheur, and carried on a roll call vote of all members present, voted to approve the Forest Conservation Plan Application for Laurel Lakes Court, Parcel B-7 and Resolution No. 18-08-PC with the conditions listed in the Technical Staff Report. 

 

Chairwoman Betman asked all the speakers for the Patuxent Greens project to speak specifically on the agenda item to their concern, stated it will go in order as noted on the agenda, Preliminary Subdivision Plan, Final Site and Landscaping Plan and Forest Conservation Plan. Additionally, she stated these items were tabled at the last meeting and additional materials have been provided to staff and the Commission.

 

Next item was for the Preliminary Subdivision Plan Application and Resolution No 18-05-PC- 14415 Greenview Drive, filed by ADC Builders Inc., 6290 Montrose Road Rockville, Maryland  20852. Ms. Pulley presented the Technical Staff Report dated October 5, 2018 and stated the Applicant is seeking Preliminary Subdivision Plan approval to re-develop the Patuxent Greens Golf Course, located at 14415 Greenview Drive, Laurel, Maryland 20708. The subject property consists of 191.71 acres of land. The proposed project is to subdivide land into 222 townhouses and 167 single-family homes for 389 residential development units. The proposal also includes a new 6,784 SF clubhouse, outdoor terrace, 3,000 SF pool, two (2) tot lots, hiker/biker trails, comprehensive sidewalk system, utilities, open space areas and landscaping. The property was part of the First 1981 Annexation for the City of Laurel that was enacted on February 2, 1982 and was placed in the Planned Unit Development Existing (PUD-E).  Map Amendment approval was obtained on January 22, 2018, which allowed the Applicant to proceed with submitting zoning applications for re-development.

 

Ms. Pulley added this application was tabled at the last Planning Commission meeting due to density and entering/exiting access into the development concerns and since then the applicant has provided to the staff and Commission new plans traffic indents exhibits and single access memo. Staff has reviewed the information and has no further concerns for access to the site.  

 

The attorney for the applicant, Mr. William Shipp, Esquire, O’Malley Miles, Nylen & Gilmore, P.A., 11785 Beltsville Drive, 10th Floor, Calverton, Maryland 20705, thanked Ms. Pulley and staff for all their help on the project. He stated they originally had a master presentation but was asked to break it down in (2) two, however, would like the master to go on record.  He added the applicant is in agreement with the conditions listed in the staff reports. Mr. Shipp presented the slideshow regarding the preliminary subdivision plan including portions of the site plan. Hard copies for the audience were provided. In addition, Mr. Shipp stated the developer did look into adding another access road into the development; however, there were environmental constraints.

 

Wes Guckert, President & Chief Executive Officer, The Traffic Group, 9900 Franklin Square, Nottingham, Maryland 21236, presented to the Commission several comparable developments with also a single point of access to prove it is not out of the ordinary. Then, Mr. Guckert reviewed through the slideshow to include community circulation, access simulations, emergency access as well as multiple traffic incidents examples and traffic safety, modifications & improvements at two (2) intersections; Fort Meade Road (MD 198)/ Laurel Bowie Road (MD 197) and Contee Road and Laurel Bowie Road (MD 197), modify signal to exclusive left turn only which would be an enormous safety feature installment. He also talked about the mini-roundabout installation, which is important because it was a community concern.

 

Collen Hernandez-Ayala, 7735 Old Georgetown Road Bethesda, Maryland 20814, presented a video of site access and circulation of the development that showed landscaping and how vehicles will move throughout the projected project by enhancing existing features and natural resources that are present on the site. It is expected to be a very active neighborhood, very walkable as well. The large pond and clubhouse with a park feature.

 

Chairwoman Betman opened the public hearing on the application at 8:17 p.m.

 

Ms. Wendy Geagan, 14103 Greenview Drive Laurel, Maryland 20708, expressed concerns about visitor parking; weekends get very crowded with holidays and sport events. Can predict many cars parking on the streets. Also questioned where the school bus stop locations will be throughout the neighborhood, she believes that is something that should be considered.

 

Ms. Margot Osborne, 14239 Greenview Drive Laurel, Maryland 20708, questioned how the existing footpaths would be affected with the new proposed sidewalks and paths.

 

Councilmember Carl DeWalt, 422 Prince George Street Laurel, Maryland  20707, referenced an article in the Laurel Leader dated September 28, 2017 is when he became aware of the proposed development. Stated original comments were to keep the banquet hall. Then mentioned the Technical Staff Report dated October 4, 2018, which said the existing clubhouse would be demolished indefinitely.  Councilmember DeWalt expressed concern the community meetings were not properly done.  He said they were told at the meeting the development would happen no matter what, that he did not want to hear any negative responses.  He said many things the developer discussed have not been done or were not true. Not seen any information regarding traffic safety and accidents, which he would like to see.

 

Sarah Pugh, 20th Hole Project, 14409 Greenview Drive Laurel, Maryland 20708, expressed her main issues are about parking. Just wants to make sure they have legal documents that clarify the number of parking spots their building will have. She added that the swimming pool is owned by the City of Laurel, and has parking concerns not being enough to be accommodating. Additionally, the pond is suffering right now. How will the developer help the City maintain the pond and the land? They have thought about converting a small piece of their property into parking.

 

Ms. Kelsey Eustace, 14224 Greenview Drive Laurel, Maryland 20708, thanked the Commission for listening to all the speakers from the last meeting regarding this project, felt like they were really heard that night with their concerns. She believes the density number still needs to come down; it is too many because there is a single access road in the event of emergency that is a major concern. Parking with the pool on weekends in the summer is always busy with parties, she believes people will be parking in her area because there will not be enough parking.

 

Michael Haggerty, 14113 Greenview Drive, Laurel Maryland 20708, stated the numbers of morning and evening traffic will be bad, believes the examples shown are rather light. He stated if there is a fire that could bring seven (7) firetrucks, believes what was shown is under estimated and will cause a jam. The left hand turn signal into the intersection is a great idea. The backup will get worse with a red light with no turn 197. A number of longtime residents have left because of fear of what will happen when the development comes in, property value, flood plain, places have become rentals.

 

Ms. Kay Hammeck, 14223 Summit Lane Laurel, Maryland 20708, appreciated being heard at the last meeting as well, however, there is still no dedicated right hand turn. There could be a backup into the community. Information regarding similar communities were helpful but do not answer questions being asked tonight and have not been addressed by the developers.

 

Chairwoman Betman explained there are very specific parking requirements, the proposed plans meets the City guidelines. Chairwoman Betman stated the school bus stop locations will be planned with the school system; the turnaround space meets or exceeds expectations of the City. There has been a lot of community involvement regarding this property but it may not meet everyone’s needs but the Commission and staff are transparent and willing to answer any questions regarding this project.

 

Ms. Pulley noted the site plan, staff report and resolution directs the applicant and owner of the 20th Hole Project to work together on a parking agreement that will be submitted to the City before the first building permit is issued. There should be sufficient parking for everyone and added that once the banquet hall is closed there should be less traffic. There was further discussion among the applicant, staff and the Commission regarding questions that have been raised from the public. Mr. Bill Shipp stated they would not be touching the existing paths throughout the neighborhood but agree to connect the new with the existing paths, locations to be determined.

 

Chairwoman Betman closed the public hearing on the application at 8:54p.m.

 

On motion by Mr. Wilson, seconded by Mr. Kish, with Ms. Bonheur voting “Yes”, Mr. Wellford voting “Yes”, and Chairwoman Betman casting the final vote of “No”, the Planning Commission approved the Preliminary Subdivision Plan Application, for the Greens of Patuxent- 14415 Greenview Drive, with conditions outlined in the Technical Staff Report and including Resolution No. 18-05-PC, as presented.”

 

The Commission took a recess break at 8:56 p.m. to reconvene at 9:05 p.m.

 

Mitzi Betman requested the Final Site and Landscape Plan and the Forest Conservation Plan Application be presented and commented from the public together, but will be voted on separately.

 

Next item was for the Final Site and Landscape Plan Application and Resolution No 18-06-PC- 14415 Greenview Drive, filed by ADC Builders Inc., 6290 Montrose Road Rockville, Maryland  20852. Ms. Pulley presented the Technical Staff Report dated October 4, 2018. The Applicant is seeking Final Site and Landscape Plan approval to re-develop the Patuxent Greens Golf Course, located at 14415 Greenview Drive, Laurel, MD 20708 into a residential community. The subject property consists of 191.71 acres of land and is located on the eastern corner of Greenview Drive and Clubhouse Boulevard. The property is approximately one-tenth of a mile southeast from the intersection of Laurel Bowie Road (Maryland Route 197) and Clubhouse Boulevard. The proposed project is to subdivide land into 222 townhouses and 167 single-family homes for 389 residential development units (36.67 acres). The proposal also includes a new 6,784 SF clubhouse, outdoor terrace, 3,000 SF pool, multi-generational playground, two (2) tot lots, hiker/biker trails, comprehensive sidewalk system, utilities, open space areas and landscaping. 

 

In addition, the Applicant is requesting approval of a Forest Conservation Plan associated with the proposed re-development of the Patuxent Greens golf course located at 14415 Greenview Drive, Laurel, MD 20708 into a residential community of 389 single-family and townhouse dwelling units. The development will also have a pool, hiker/biker trail and clubhouse.

 

The attorney for the applicant, Mr. William Shipp, Esquire, O’Malley Miles, Nylen & Gilmore, P.A., 11785 Beltsville Drive, 10th Floor, Calverton, Maryland 20705, explained this is the most creative part of the process and looking forward to showing this presentation. Talked about storm water management and flood zoning topics. They are in agreement with all the conditions listed in the staff report including the agreement regarding parking with the owner of the 20th Hole Project.

 

Mr. Matthew Leaken, Landscape Architect, Rogers Consulting, 1101 Mercantile Lane #280 Largo, MD 20774, advised they are aiming to create a high quality community then presented the opportunities and constraints overview map marking Bear Branch Tributary. Mr. Leaken mentioned they had pulled plats from the area, and noted a connection and dedicated park to the City would be great. The setting with the ponds will be enhanced for the neighborhood. All the existing homes in the flood plain are serious issues this project reviewed and will be brought out of the flood zone upon completion of the project. Next slideshow talked about the density analysis and compatibility, this is a very classic PUD design that meets all the regulations and high performance water flow. He noted bones of the community are designed for circular network residential lots, different lot sizes, different types of homes, and a neo-traditional format, more of a cluster plan to consolidate space that is more open. He also discussed trails, amenities, sidewalks, landscape buffers, no driveways at the townhouses.

 

Mr. Philip Hughes, Professional Engineer, Rogers Consulting, 1101 Mercantile Lane #280 Largo, MD  20774, talked about storm water management, site drainage area (as shown in the slideshow). He noted currently no emergency access is available but by taking the land out of the flood zone will help fix that issue. The developers will install their own water flow system with approximately 16,000 underground pipes, with no pumps. They have been working with Prince George’s County Permitting, Inspections and Enforcement on this new system to install to meet all the requirements. Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission and others have reviewed and approved their plan.

 

Chairwoman Betman opened the public hearing on the application at 8:45 p.m.

There was several people signed up to speak on this agenda item.

 

Mr. Glenn Olsen, 14223 Greenview Drive Laurel, Maryland 20708, brought forth a USB to be shown regarding flooding, however, it was not able to load onto the Council Chambers computer so it was not shown. Mr. Olsen spoke on past hurricanes and flood hazards, water level USGS contour map show. He believes the new site could still flood because it will be still below the water level, which is a concern and the river will rise. Lastly, he warned the Development is currently not being maintained. 

 

Ms. Kelsey Eustace, 14224 Greenview Drive Laurel, Maryland 20708, predicts the proposed development is taking away from the existing recreational facilities and removing gorgeous large trees, that house endangered birds. She asked if the trees next to the tennis court would be affected too. She is not convinced the land should not be built on at all. What will be left for future generations? In addition, she is concerned about pervious surfaces. Lastly, she feels the Forest Conservation plan sounds more like a de-forest conservation plan and asked the Commission to please vote no.

 

Cheryl Dyer, 310 Fourth Street, Laurel, Maryland, 20707, informed the Commission of the Pakistani’s who planted (l0) ten billion trees to combat climate change; they are looking to the future for the planet for their country and citizens. She asked how could we do any less? Can the City purchase the land?

 

Ms. Wendy Geagan, 14103 Greenview Drive Laurel, Maryland 20708, expressed concerns about flooding from the slideshow, still looks like a lot of blue area on the maps. She requested to have a meeting just about water management with FEMA and WSSC. She did get a note from Mr. Hughes that she could get copies of the plans but she never requested them, she thought they would be provided tonight. There is a lot of water coming onto the golf course. The ponds will be beautiful on the development however, they need to be fenced off for safety, and little kids could fall in. She agrees that many properties have been sold and some have been changed as rentals in the last 6 months.

 

Ms. Margot Osborne, 14239 Greenview Drive Laurel, Maryland 20708, explained when she first moved into the community, it was maintained very well then Laurel purchased the land and doing a great job in keeping it a nice area. She asked who would maintain it now? What about the trees?  Lastly, she stated she does not want them messing with her greenspace.

 

Councilmember Carl DeWalt, 422 Prince George Street Laurel, Maryland  20707, read the staff report from last October 4, 2018 that states mass grading removal and burial of contaminated material would be processed until completion of project. He hopes there is some regulation on that to make sure it is being done correctly. He believes there should be another entrance/exit into that development, but it is not possible from what he has seen since it is surrounded by swamps. The Patuxent Greens did great for sixty (60) years and he believes it will still flood and predicts this project will become a disaster.

 

Brian Coyle, 336 Prince George Street, Laurel, Maryland 20707, commented on the slideshow regarding the flood plain, it does not show where the water is moving. They could grade the area, which will create more swamp area. He does not believe this has been addressed properly. Mr. Coyle suggested climate change projections should be considered in this project as well.  He asked what could we save for future generations. Once it is developed, it is gone. He added they were originally told the land would be preserved for a few years, that did not happen, and was told the banquet hall would be renovated, that did not happen.  He believes the people were disrespected. He asked what about the pesticides. Lastly, expressed there is mistrust with the developer.

 

Betman stated the conditions listed on the staff report are available for the public to view and there are several other levels of review and approval needed for this development to proceed, it is not just the City granting approval. She added she does not believe the developer would want to put a lot of money into this project to see if fail.

 

Chairwoman Betman closed the public hearing at 10:08 p.m.

 

The attorney for the applicant, Mr. William Shipp, Esquire, O’Malley Miles, Nylen & Gilmore, P.A., 11785 Beltsville Drive, 10th Floor, Calverton, Maryland 20705, in closing, explained they are allowing a large part of the land to be meadows. Storm water management is being addressed as per the presentation shown tonight. The county is involved, the City, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Maryland Department of the Environment and others for review and approval. He believes this project is creating a better recreation facility with the trail network with open space and reforested area will be great, especially great for people who do not play golf. Mr. Shipp mentioned they would be filling land to get out of flood plain and will be planting new trees. He believes this is a thoughtful proposal consistent with PUD and Neo Traditional plans. Lastly, he stressed the review of the final site plan is not “if it should be built, but how it should be built.”

 

The Commission, on motion by Mr. Wilson, seconded by Mr. Kish, and carried on a roll call vote of all members present, voted to approve the Final Site and Landscape Plan Application and Resolution No. 18-06-PC.              

 

The Commission, on motion by Mr. Wilson, seconded by Ms. Bonheur, and carried on a roll call vote of all members present, voted to approve the Forest Conservation Plan Application and Resolution No. 18-04-PC.              

 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 10:15 p.m.

 

 

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